Annotated Bibliography In today's society the topic of the legalization of marijuana is a very controversial subject. There are many who believe that this substance should be made legal because the government could save money by taking the drug out of the hand of criminals and making more room in jail cells for more severe crimes. There are also strong supporters that believe that there are many harmful effects from chronic use of marijuana. There are many problems, social and physical, that are effects from using marijuana. Marijuana should be illegal because it will cause an increase in drug users and drug related crimes, the short term and long term effects of marijuana on the body, and the effect it will have on the country. Support 1: Health effects Elvidence: It effects on the lung, heart, and brain. Smoking marijuana, even infrequently, can cause burning and stinging of the mouth and throat, and cause heavy coughing. Many cannabinoid receptors are found in the parts of the brain that influence pleasure, memory, thought, concentration, sensory and time perception, and coordinated movement. Within a few minutes after smoking marijuana, the heart begins beating more rapidly and the blood pressure drops. Marijuana can cause the heart beat to increase by 20 to 50 beats per minute, and can increase even more if other drugs are used at the same time. Support 2: Finacial effects Evidence: Marijuana use among a family member can have a devastating effect financially on everyone in the household. The amount of money that is spent on the…
Mariani, B. (n.d.). The Effect of Mentoring on Career Satisfaction of Registered Nurses and Intent to Stay in the Nursing Profession. Nursing Research and Practice, 1-9.
Mentoring plays a crucial role in the growth and development of novice nurses. It provides a way for the experienced nurses to give back to the profession and helps them play a significant role in the formulation of a new nurses’ career. Mentors offer knowledge, encouragement, support, guidance, and friendship to the next generation…
Bracey, Gerald W. “The First Thing ‘Everything Changed’: The 17th Bracey Report on
The Condition of Public Education.” Phi Delta Kappan 89.2 (2007): 119-136.
OmniFile Full Text Mega. Web. 26 Sept. 2013.
In this article, Gerald W. Bracey, a statistical researcher and an associate for the High/Scope Foundation, claims that the United States’ education is continuing to fail after a certain event in the 1950s. A manmade satellite, made by the Russians, that was sent…
Vallerand, R. J. (2012). From motivation to passion: In search of the motivational processes
involved in a meaningful life.Canadian Psychology, 53(1), 42-52. Retrieved from
This article is based upon thirty years of research in the area of motivation. It defines motivation and…
English Composition I
1. Halldén, Britt-Marie, and Kyllike Christensson. "Swedish Young Men's Lived Experiences of a Girlfriend's Early Induced Abortion." International Journal of Men's Health 9.2 (2010): 126-143. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 19 Nov. 2010
This article describes how the abortion rates worldwide suggest that a large number of young men are in fact exposed to the experience of an abortion. It shows the study of ten young men’s experiences…
7 November 2014
Pond Life As A Microcosm." Books In Canada 31.3 (2002): 16. Canadian Literary Centre. Web. 7 Nov. 2014. This article illustrates the significance of the pond that is located near the Morrison’s house. The pond “Allows Lawson to foreshadow various important moments in her story”. The tension of the pond create reflect the tension with her brother Matt and her friend Daniel. The article suggests that the pond forebodes…
Passe, Jeff, and Lara Willox. “Teaching Religion in Americas Public Schools: A
Necessary Disruption.” Social Studies. 2009.Vol. 100 Issue 3, p102-106. 5p. Print.
Graduate program Directors, Jeff Passe and Lara Willox, expressed that many teachers in schools try not to express their religion to students. They argue the fact that the criteria in school sometimes makes it hard to not go in depth of religious beliefs because of current events that surrounds them. The…
Jasmin Reed- Bankston
March 7 2015
Adries, Caroline. “Mental Health Of Foster Children.” Child Welfare 91. 6 (2012): 146-166
. Web. 03 March 2015.
The article “Mental Health of Foster Children” by Adries Caroline, examines the numerous mental health conditions experienced by children of all ages who are placed in Foster Homes. It identifies several factors that play a role in why children develop these conditions before entering foster care and…
Annotated Bibliography Form
Your Name: Jeremy Marshall
Your Class: (circle 1) 8:00 // 9:30 // 11:00
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MLA Citation: "Claudius And Macbeth: A Comparison Between A Villain And A Tragic-Hero." (2011): OAIster. Web. 26 Apr. 2015.
Macbeth and Claudius have a lot of similarities have a lot of similarities, for an example both are murders and are tyrants. They share one particular characteristic there both hero-villains. They even display some characteristics…
PCB 4674 – Evolutionary Biology
Your annotated bibliography should include a minimum of 4 peer-reviewed, PRIMARY references. Primary references are research journal articles that present ORIGINAL material (not reviews, textbooks and definitely NOT websites). The only websites you should ever cite in a scientific paper is an online-only journal (and there aren’t many of these). If the journal can be found in printed format, cite it accordingly. Long web addresses…
Annotated Bibliography And Outline
Introduction to Psychology
August 22, 2015
Does Violence in the media contribute to violent behavior in children?
Thesis: There is an overwhelming evidence that the media affects viewers by encouraging violent behavior through desensitization, cultivating. Fearful, and pessimistic attitudes, and diminishes their creative capacity.
Beckett, Katherine, and Theodore Sasson. "Crime in the…